Friday, July 23, 2010

Cue Tip


For verbal cues, it’s best to use a single word and to say it only once. It’s called “nagging” when the cue is repeated multiple times and it has the effect of reducing the power and usefulness of the cue to capture Pup’s attention and get a correct response. Pup learns to ignore the cue. This also happens to us when the same information is repeated over and over. We too, soon learn it is without relevance and we block it and attend to something else.
For verbal cues, it’s best to use a single word and to say it only once. It’s called “nagging” when the cue is repeated multiple times and it has the effect of reducing the power and usefulness of the cue to capture Pup’s attention and get a correct response. Pup learns to ignore the cue. This also happens to us when the same information is repeated over and over. We too, soon learn it is without relevance and we block it and attend to something else.
For verbal cues, it’s best to use a single word and to say it only once. It’s called “nagging” when the cue is repeated multiple times and it has the effect of reducing the power and usefulness of the cue to capture Pup’s attention and get a correct response. Pup learns to ignore the cue. This also happens to us when the same information is repeated over and over. We too, soon learn it is without relevance and we block it and attend to something else.
For verbal cues, it’s best to use a single word and to say it only once. It’s called “nagging” when the cue is repeated multiple times and it has the effect of reducing the power and usefulness of the cue to capture Pup’s attention and get a correct response. Pup learns to ignore the cue. This also happens to us when the same information is repeated over and over. We too, soon learn it is without relevance and we block it and attend to something else.
For verbal cues, it’s best to use a single word and to say it only once. It’s called “nagging” when the cue is repeated multiple times and it has the effect of reducing the power and usefulness of the cue to capture Pup’s attention and get a correct response. Pup learns to ignore the cue. This also happens to us when the same information is repeated over and over. We too, soon learn it is without relevance and we block it and attend to something else.
For verbal cues, it’s best to use a single word and to say it only once. It’s called “nagging” when the cue is repeated multiple times and it has the effect of reducing the power and usefulness of the cue to capture Pup’s attention and get a correct response. Pup learns to ignore the cue. This also happens to us when the same information is repeated over and over. We too, soon learn it is without relevance and we block it and attend to something else.

*GRIN*

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